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Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland recalls when He nearly Burned to Death after his Messerschmitt Bf 109 was badly damaged by a RAF Spitfire
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Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland recalls when He nearly Burned to Death after his Messerschmitt Bf 109 was badly damaged by a RAF Spitfire
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The mission where Stuka pilot Hans-Ulrich Rudel was hit and his right leg had to be amputated. A month later he led the remaining Ju 87s on a last attack run against Soviet tanks.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The mission where Stuka pilot Hans-Ulrich Rudel was hit and his right leg had to be amputated. A month later he led the remaining Ju 87s on a last attack run against Soviet tanks.
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USAAF P-38 pilot recalls being out of ammunition and colliding with a Luftwaffe Me 109 trying to shoot down his buddy’s damaged Lightning
Aviation History / Military Aviation
USAAF P-38 pilot recalls colliding with a Luftwaffe Me 109 to avoid his buddy’s damaged Lightning being shot down by the German fighter
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On the Eve of the Battle of Midway Legendary Naval Aviator Jimmy Thach had 27 F4F Wildcat fighters and was his Squadron’s Only Pilot
Aviation History / Military Aviation
On the Eve of the Battle of Midway Legendary Naval Aviator Jimmy Thach had 27 F4F Wildcat fighters and was his Squadron’s Only Pilot
That time America’s Top Ace Dick Bong fought alone against Nine Japanese Zero Fighters. He shot down two of them and damaged another before safely RTB.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
That time America’s Top Ace Dick Bong fought alone against Nine Japanese Zero Fighters. He shot down two of them and damaged another before safely RTB.
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Here’s why B-17 “Memphis Belle” was almost called “Little One”
Aviation History / Military Aviation
Here’s why B-17 “Memphis Belle” was almost called “Little One”
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RAF Controller during Battle of Britain explains why it’s not true that ‘Hurricanes went for the bombers and Spitfires engaged the fighters’
Aviation History / Military Aviation
RAF Controller during Battle of Britain explains why it’s not true that ‘Hurricanes went for the bombers and Spitfires engaged the fighters’
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The story of how a captured Luftwaffe Fw 190 led to the development of the Spitfire Mk IX, the best close-in fighter of WWII
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The story of how a captured Luftwaffe Fw 190 led to the development of the Spitfire Mk IX, the best close-in fighter of WWII
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The ringmaster’s Grand Finale: Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland recalls his last combat mission
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The ringmaster’s Grand Finale: Legendary German Ace Adolf Galland recalls his last combat mission
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In 1945 USS Laffey destroyer was attacked by 22 kamikaze, was hit by 6 aircraft and 4 bombs. She survived, was repaired and reactivated.
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Naval Warfare
In 1945 USS Laffey destroyer was attacked by 22 kamikaze, was hit by 6 aircraft and 4 bombs. She survived, was repaired and reactivated.
America Strikes Back: the Doolittle Raid caused the Imperial Japanese Navy a tremendous loss of face. Here’s why.
Aviation History / Military Aviation
America Strikes Back: the Doolittle Raid caused the Imperial Japanese Navy a tremendous loss of face. Here’s why.
The day Göring asked German aviation engineers to build the Mosquito: when Reich Marshal went mad because ‘The Wooden Wonder’ attacked Berlin on 10th anniversary of the Nazi Party
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The day Göring asked German aviation engineers to build the Mosquito: when Reich Marshal went mad because ‘The Wooden Wonder’ attacked Berlin on 10th anniversary of the Nazi Party
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The real secret behind P-51B/C/D Mustang range
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The real secret behind P-51B/C/D Mustang range
The restoration of B-26 Marauder ‘Flak-Bait’, the Only US warplane to Survive 200 Bombing Missions during World War II
Aviation History / Military Aviation
The restoration of B-26 Marauder ‘Flak-Bait’, the Only US warplane to Survive 200 Bombing Missions during World War II
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The only time a Me 163 used the SG 500 50mm vertically-firing anti-bomber recoilless rifle in combat this Lancaster had the rear gun turret and starboard rudder shot away
Aviation History / Military Aviation / Weapons
The only time a Me 163 used the SG 500 50mm vertically-firing anti-bomber recoilless rifle in combat this Lancaster had the rear gun turret and starboard rudder shot away
When Göring ordered to shoot down 500 B-17s in one day: why the Reich Marshal mad rages were Luftwaffe fighter pilots’ worst enemies
Aviation History / Military Aviation
When Göring ordered to shoot down 500 B-17s in one day: the Reich Marshal mad rages were Luftwaffe fighter pilots’ worst enemy
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